2013 (So.): Played in all 17 matches for the Mustangs, including 10 as a starter ... Was tied for the team lead with four goals (Memphis Oct. 23, Rutgers Sept. 23, Hartwick Sept. 13, No. 1 Indiana Aug. 30) ... Had a pair of match winner against Rutgers and Hartwick ... Converted on the Mustangs' only penalty kick ... Recorded a team-high 40 shots and 20 shots on goal ... Had a season-high seven shots and four shots on goal against UMKC on Sept. 15 ... Named to the American Athletic Conference weekly honor roll on Sept. 2 ... Logged 1,166 minutes of action.
2012 (Fr. at Akron): Limited to just 14 matches, due to injuries and illness ... made four starts at forward ... rated the No. 12 freshman in the nation, accoring to Top Drawer Soccer, as of Oct. 3 ... recorded the first goal of his career at Creighton (Aug. 31) ... also found the net at Bowilng Green (Sept. 22) and Hartwick (Oct. 27) ... assisted the game-winning goal against Western Michigan (Nov. 3) in the regular-season finale.
Prep: No. 3-ranked recruit in the nation, according to ESPN RISE and Top Drawer Soccer (TDS) ... ranked No. 4 by College Soccer News ... also ranked No. 1 in the state of Texas by TDS ... named to the U.S. Under-20 National Team that will compete at the Northern Ireland Milk Cup in July ... member of the U.S. Under-17 National Team ... competed in the 2011 U-17 World Cup, alongside fellow UA recruits Souders, Pina and Serna, scoring two goals in four games ... found the net in a 3-0 win against Czech Republic and a 2-1 loss to Uzbekistan ... was in U.S. residency program longer than any other player on the most recent U.S. U-17 World Cup team, entering the program as a 13-year old in 2008 ... was part of the U-14 Boys National Team pool prior to that ... started three games and appeared in five during the 2011 CONCACAF U-17 Championship, scoring two goals ... currently plays for Solar Chelsea SC of the US soccer Developmental academy.
10/23/2013 at Memphis (52')
9/20/13 at Rutgers (64')
9/13/2013 vs. Hartwick (51')
8/31/2013 at Indiana (10')
College Sports Madness All-American Athletic Conference Second Team (Nov. 6)